An industrial design student’s nifty invention for disaster scenes garnered lots of attention at Milan Design Week.
To open in 2014, the Eastern Mediterranean College will offer select students a chance to learn tools for the betterment of their home countries.
Israeli government blesses a deal for Israel Chemicals to sell AquaTabs to UNICEF for Syria despite a law nixing trade with an enemy state.
Israeli women are dominant in all three areas of biomedical engineering — inventions, industry and investment.
A Formula racer made by students from Ben-Gurion University and the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design makes an impressive showing.
‘We happen to be experts in some fields and it’s wonderful to be able to contribute to the process of nation-building,’ says the Israeli ambassador.
Industry leader Gemological Institute of America opens a center in Israel, one of just 16 across the world.
A Ra’anana organization that blazes new trails for people with disabilities now has a global forum in which to share its expertise, research and innovations.
The unique Heroes to Heroes Journey to Israel gives America’s disabled veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan a spiritual and physical new start.
A new Israeli study shows that people can learn new behaviors while fast asleep, prompted by their senses of smell and hearing.